Funny pictures about Japanese Water Gardens. Oh, and cool pics about Japanese Water Gardens. Also, Japanese Water Gardens photos.

My little guy Ike has different markings but i love these lizards! Leopard gecko on rainbow slate ~ photo by Bob Jensen

Cold Dawn in Rossiya, Russia • Andrey Jitkov (Photo-Hunter)

It's Written on the Wall: Do you Have Christmas Snow Yet? If Not Enjoy these Snow Photos - winter landscape photography

Forest solitude

Purple mist as I walk alone, a path that's become all too familiar♡ Solitude

Caterpillar and pink

This Caterpillar is waiting to turn into a butterfly. (In Life we do not always have to fear things that are different. We should instead understand why they are different. Photo by Alexander Chuvilin): Animals, Beautiful Bugs, Butterflies, Nature, Chenil

Mandarin Duck

check out this amazing colour combo - Preening MANDARIN DUCK (Male) Aix galericulata Art in Nature Winner ©Russ Burden, Highlands Ranch, Colorado, USA


I love nature and my favourite season is fall. I love fall because it is so calming and pretty. It also helps that my birthday is in the fall.


Mushroom - Basidiomycota - Fungi (Contain Club Structure with Basidium). The most perfect mushroom.

Ladybird Bliss

I understand they're very garden-friendly, that eat aphids, the plant / vege molesters.

Green tea alley, Hokokuji-Temple, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan - Fabulous Traveling

Green tea alley, Hokokuji-Temple, Kamakura, Kanagawa, Japan--------the bamboo forests are breathtaking!

awesome click

Blue Butterfly on a Pink Flower – Amazing Pictures - Amazing Travel Pictures with Maps for All Around the World

peacock!! what a beautiful shot!!

Previous pinner: Peacock’s beautiful colors. Me: The color-tweakers are at it again. AND the people who have never seen a regular blue peacock or green peafowl and/or never paid attention and/or will believe any fool thing they see online.

Vietnam cave

Explore the ancient caves of Hang Son Doong, Vietnam. Hang Son Doong is one of the largest caves in the world and features a fast-flowing underground river. For spelunkers, exploring Hang Son Doong is the equivalent of scaling Mount Everest.